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Olympus 75mm lens

Olympus 75mm lens, box, warranty card, manual

Item specifics Condition: Used : Brand: Olympus Model: Digital ED Focus Type: Auto Camera Technology: Digital Camera Type: Digital SLR Maximum Aperture: F/1.0, F/1.8 Focal Length: 75mm Series: Micro Four Thirds Focal Length Type: Fixed/Prime Bundled Items: Case Type: Telephoto, Telephoto Zoom, Portrait Country/Region of Manufacture: Japan Compatible Brand: For Four Thirds UPC: 050332185807   Detailed item info Product Information Any photo enthusiast interested or specialised in taking portraits and indoor shots will certainly reap the benefits of this high-performance

Ideal walkaround Micro Four Thirds camera lens

Olympus 17mm lens (forefront) and 12-40mm (background)

Recently I was asked “what is the ideal walkaround micro four-thirds camera lens?”. Of course the answer varies by the style and taste of the individual photographer, but for me the ideal walkabout lens is the Olympus 17mm f1.8 prime lens (34mm equivelant). Olympus M.Zuiko 17mm f1.8 (Black) for Olympus and Panasonic Micro 4/3 Camerashttp://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00CI3R4VUThe lens works well on the OM-D-EM1, wonderful first lens for the camera. With micro 4/3 the 17mm is the same as a 34mm lens on

Best lens for Micro Four Thirds cameras

Olympus 17mm lens (forefront) and 12-40mm (background)

I am very partial to the Olympus 75mm prime lens, but there are many good lenses out there for people using m43rd cameras: Three Essential Lenses for the Beginning Micro Four Thirds User – The Phoblographerhttp://www.thephoblographer.com/2013/10/08/three-essential-lenses-for-the-beginning-micro-four-thirds-user/The Micro Four Thirds system is all about great image quality in a small package. That was evident pretty much from the start, when Panasonic introduced the legendary GF1 camera and its kit-lens option, the highly praised and much-loved 20mm f1.7. Best Lenses For The Olympus

Olympus 12-40mm won’t auto focus [FIXED]

Olympus 12-40mm manual focus clutch

Q. I cant get the Olympus 12-40mm lens to auto focus all of a sudden? Any quick tips? -Sam A. There is a ‘manual focusing clutch’ mechanism on the lens that might have gotten bumped. “This model is equipped with the Manual Focus Clutch mechanism, which makes instant switching to manual focus possible by pulling the focusing ring toward you. ” Source: Olympus Asia So check if that got pulled back (you should just be able to push it forward). If

Olympus OMD E-M1 in the snow

The E-M1 is quite comfy in the snow

The Olympus E-M1 is an amazing photographic tool, so what makes it even better? This camera can withstand the elements! Here is southern Missouri we generally do not get much snow but the past couple days left us with nearly a foot of snow. Of course that meant it was time to test the E-M1’s weatherproofing. It did not disappoint, after shooting admirably in the frigid weather I let the E-M1 hang out in the snow for a bit… Of

Mirrorless + extra lenses camera bag roundup

Edit 110 w/Sony mirrorless camera, lens attached, and extra lens

Q. Any recommendations on camera bag that can fit a micro 4/3rds camera + an extra lens (20mm + 60mm macro or 14-45mm)? – mtekkmonkey @jdhodges any recommendations on camera bag that can fit a micro 4/3rds camera + an extra lens (20mm + 60mm macro or 14-45mm)? — John Havlik (@mtekkmonkey) July 16, 2013 A. Definitely John, that is some great camera gear that you have! Thankfully it is all uber-small stuff so you have some great bag options

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